News for Current graduate students

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Dr. Chris Riddell is awarded the 2021 Purvis Prize by the Canadian Economics Association

Congratulations!

Dr. Chris Riddell, along with co-author W. Craig Riddell, were awarded the 2021 Purvis Prize at the most recent Canadian Economics Association meetings in June for their paper “Interpreting Experimental Evidence in the Presence of Postrandomization Events: A Reassessment of the Self-Sufficiency Project”, published in the Journal of Labor Economics in 2020. This prize is awarded to the author(s) of a highly significant, written contribution to Canadian economic policy and is awarded in memory of noted Canadian economist Doug Purvis. More information is available here.

Friday, September 17, 2021

Professor Anindya Sen researches non-medicinal ways to decrease COVID-19 cases

Anindya Sen

New research supports stricter social and economic mandates to reduce COVID-19 spread.

Anindya Sen, a researcher behind the study that shows social restrictions such as business policies and indoor gathering limits may be the key to decreasing COVID-19 cases. The article can be found here.

Thursday, November 22, 2018

MA students selected to participate in National Policy Challenge

We are happy to announce that an economics team, composed by MA students Ramsha Jaweed and David Kim, has been selected to participate in the National Policy Challenge organized by CRDCN (the research data centre network created by the government to facilitate access to confidential government data). The teams submitted a proposal to analyze a policy problem of their own choosing with confidential microdata.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Congratulations to our 2015-2016 grads

On Wednesday, June 15 our newest Economics graduates from the Undergraduate, Masters and PhD programs walked across the stage at the Arts convocation to accept their degree.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Professor Anindya Sen discusses the economics of selling beer in Ontario

Economics Professor Anindya Sen is featured in Waterloo Stories, discussing the sales of beer at Ontario grocery stores.

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